Catskill Fishing Report – August 9th, 2013

The cooler air temps have improved fishing on the region’s trout streams. The tailwaters have fished well and the hatches have been dependable, with Sulphurs the star of the show. However, Isonychias, Light Cahills and Blue-Winged Olives are also present.  Reservoir levels were good flow levels should be no problem on the tailwaters. Tricos have been spotty at times. Freestones remain somewhat low but water temps had dropped a little at last check.

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